David Girardi enters his first season as the pass game analyst/assistant quarterbacks coach with the Chiefs in 2021 after serving as as an offensive quality control coach for three seasons.
David Girardi enters his first season as the pass game analyst/assistant quarterbacks coach with the Chiefs in 2021 after serving as an offensive quality control coach for three seasons.
In 2020, Girardi worked with a Chiefs offense that finished first in total net yards per game (415.8) and passing yards per game (303.4). He primarily worked with the wide receivers which featured first-team AP All-Pro and Pro Bowl WR Tyreek Hill. Hill finished the season tied for the most receiving touchdowns in a single season (15) in franchise history, adding two more on the ground.
In 2019, he worked with a Chiefs offense that finished in the top 10 in total yards per game (379.2), pass yards per game (281.1), yards per play (6.22) and total points scored (28.2).
In 2018, he helped guide the Chiefs to their first ever home AFC Championship game and an offense that was number one in the NFL in points per game (35.3), yards per game (425.6) and yards per play (6.84).
Prior to coming to Kansas City, Girardi spent the 2017 season as the quarterbacks coach at Lafayette College, coaching a true freshman that started 11 games and broke the school record for completions.
Prior to Lafayette, he was a defensive graduate assistant at Northwestern University during the 2015-16 seasons, where he helped coach the secondary and ran the offensive scout team. He served as an offensive quality control coach during his initial season at Northwestern in 2014, assisting the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
During the 2013 season, Girardi served as an assistant football coach at Geneva College where he coached the quarterbacks. The Golden Tornadoes broke numerous single-game and single-season school passing records during his time in charge of the passing game. Before Geneva College, he spent two seasons (2011-12) at Seton Hill University as a graduate assistant, focusing on the defensive secondary.
Girardi played quarterback at Geneva College from 2007 to 2010 and was named an NCCAA All-American twice. He led his team to a Victory Bowl win in 2009 and was named captain twice (2009, 2010).
Education: Geneva College (B.S. 2011), Seton Hill (M.B.A. 2013), Northwestern (M.S.A. 2016). Born: New Kensington, Pa. Family: Wife - Kristen.